Category Archives: Dealing with Physical and Emotional Pain

Workout to Conquer Cancer

May 2017. It has been 5 years since my Father passed away from cancer.  To mark the occasion, I am doing something that is deeply important to me — SERVICE.  I am raising money for Cancer research in British Columbia … Continue reading

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Making Peace with Adversity

I love watching the Olympics. Everything in my household stops when the games are on. The computer plays the live feed nearly 18 hours a day (from 6 am to midnight) – whether I am in the office or at … Continue reading

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ADVERSITY: WHICH PATHWAY WILL YOUR PERFORMANCE TAKE?

How often do you have a day where every event planned for that day is actually experienced according to the plan?  Personally, I have very FEW of these days. On more days than I would like to admit, I find … Continue reading

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Mind Traps

http://www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/cga0348l.jpg Before you begin the journey of mindfulness you need to know that the mind is it’s own entity.  The mind can not be easily controlled.  THE MIND WILL WANDER. That is it’s nature. Is this a big deal? Simply, … Continue reading

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Give Mindfulness a Try

My adventures into Mindfulness and the MAC approach began when a sports team that I work for challenged me to find an innovative psychological method for achieving excellence. I chose to explore the MAC approach. Why? Simply, because good science … Continue reading

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